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Step 1: Prep and Dust the Ceiling

·  Cover everything in the room that will be exposed to possible paint spattering. Wear a dust mask, safety goggles and hair covering.

·  Dust the ceiling, using a feather duster.

·  Use a segmented foam roller when painting a textured ceiling.

 

Step 2: Paint Over the Popcorn Ceiling

             ·  Paint in one direction and stop. Don't roll back and forth because once the popcorn gets wet it starts to peel.

 

             ·  For stains, roll or spray paint the stained spot, with the same color the ceiling will be painted with, and let dry

             completely before painting the entire ceilings.    

 

             ·  If there is a spot that needs a bit more paint, the best solution is to wait for the first coat to dry and then repeat the process.

 

 

 

Remember...Do NOTover roll!